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Lol picture is a little misleading as they all come in the same packaging.
2 x 4channel kits
4 x light bar kits
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Why so many dual channel kits?



Lol picture is a little misleading as they all come in the same packaging.
2 x 4channel kits
4 x light bar kits

Did wonder biggrin.gif
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Anyone know what the max speed of DDR4 that can be run with this board and the 6950x. Can it run the 4266?

Oh and what is the effect of the higher timings on the 4000+ speed DDR4?

If you have a Haswell-E CPU (5820K, 5930K, 5960X or V3 Xeon) it will "officially" support DDR4 2133mhz as "native". If you have a Broadwell-E CPU (6800K, 6850K, 6900K, 6950X, or V4 Xeon) it will "officially" support DDR4 2400 guaranteed as "native". And it will support up to DDR4 3333mhz in XMP mode guaranteed (as long as your RAM can actually sustain 3333mhz) Although it will also support higher than 2400mhz speeds without using XMP in many cases; kinda depends on HOW high you go though. Anything higher than DDR4 3333mhz is not guaranteed to work. HOWEVER, it will most likely be alright; it's just more likely to run into errors. You SHOULD be able to run the fancy Trident X 4266mhz kit on it, but keep in mind there aren't any quad channel sets of that yet; only dual channel 4gb or possibly 8gb DIMMs iirc; so you'd have to buy two kits to get more than 8/16gb max. And using two seperate kits is already risking incompatibility, using two seperate kits of non-guaranteed 4266mhz DDR4 RAM at 1.5v in XMP mode? That's kinda asking for trouble, just sayin. I'd stick to something like DDR4 3300, 3333, 3400mhz or so personally.


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Can't you use the new Broadwell-E cpu with the original Rampage V Extreme board?

Yes you can. You will need a newer 2000 or 3000 series BIOS, 3101 is the one you'll want, don't recall if 2101 works or not. i was originally going to drop the new i7 6800K i was picking up in my Rampage V Extreme, but now that my Rampage V Edition 10 comes tomorrow and i haven't even ordered the 6800K i'm likely to just be using my 5960X for a while. But if my 6800K gets here before i sell my Rampage V Extreme i'll let you know exactly how compatibility is for me.


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Anyone had one shipped from Amazon yet?


I ordered one from Amazon, they sent me a frickin ASUS H170 Pro Plus Mini-ITX board....-_____- And are now giving me trouble over sending it back. Damn UPS guy tricked me into taking the package too. Was gonna refuse since i new it was coming but i also had the Rampage V Edition 10 and the new Cool Laboratory Liquid Copper TIM etc.. coming and he said the package was from "CLC computers" so i thought "CLC" was "Cool Laboratory Cooling" or something lol. Stuck me with the H170 board....smh

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Why so many dual channel kits?

The ones on the side appear to be lightbar kits rather than RAM i think. Could be wrong.

EDIT: nvm, ninja'd. it was lightbar kit.
Edited by DarkIdeals - 6/21/16 at 11:48pm
 
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i7 5960X ASUS Rampage V Extreme MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666mhz DDR4 C15 
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PNY CS2211 MLC SATA III SSD WD Blue 500GB 7200rpm Writemaster DVD/CD +/- RW EK Supremacy EVO 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Mayhem's Pastel Ice White Coolant Coollaboratory Liquid Copper TIM XSPC EX480mm Radiator Black Ice GTX 360mm Radiator 
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EK XTC 420mm Radiator Swiftech MCP655-B 12v Pump EK RES X3 250 Reservoir Bitspower/EK 3/8" x 1/2" Compression fitting 
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EVGA Supernova G2 1000 Caselabs SMA8 -XXL Window, Ventilated sides/t... Razer Ouroboros Norman Rockwell collection series print Mousepad 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 5960X ASUS Rampage V Extreme MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X 16GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666mhz DDR4 C15 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
PNY CS2211 MLC SATA III SSD WD Blue 500GB 7200rpm Writemaster DVD/CD +/- RW EK Supremacy EVO 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Mayhem's Pastel Ice White Coolant Coollaboratory Liquid Copper TIM XSPC EX480mm Radiator Black Ice GTX 360mm Radiator 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK XTC 420mm Radiator Swiftech MCP655-B 12v Pump EK RES X3 250 Reservoir Bitspower/EK 3/8" x 1/2" Compression fitting 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Windows 8.1 ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q 27" 1440p 144hz G-Sync ASUS VG23AH 23.5" Passive 3d 1080p 60hz  Razer Blackwidow Chroma Tournament Edition 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
EVGA Supernova G2 1000 Caselabs SMA8 -XXL Window, Ventilated sides/t... Razer Ouroboros Norman Rockwell collection series print Mousepad 
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Sennheiser HD700 300ohm Open Back Headphones SupremeFX Hi-Fi 5.25" Bay AMP/DAC  
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first impressions, the board is very heavy...
the board is heavy when compared to a x99-a II, it is however very solid with no flex..
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post #165 of 1089
I noticed that as well.
I like the IO cover, made of metal or alloy not plastic.
post #166 of 1089
Beautiful board. Must...resist....purchase...
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first impressions, the board is very heavy...
the board is heavy when compared to a x99-a II, it is however very solid with no flex..
61cLPMO.jpg

My heart hurt me when I look so nice board. Special because I wait around 4-5 months to Black Edition show up. frown.gif
And I knew that ASUS board will be best X99 board at the end. Look so nice, with so many new features compare to Rampage V Extreme.
Even before Haswell-EX build I plan to hardware go in Silver/Black direction, more black less silver details.
But than I couldn't wait more, I found CPU for 270-280e, memory was ready and everything wait around 2 months I search literary 2-3 times every day for new information and rumors for Black. That was my first thing in the morning and before sleep, searching for teasers and news, information of possible date and plans for Black Edition.
I knew that board will be fantastic.
Than when almost 9-10 months pass from Haswell-EX launch date I start to think that I will miss platform with nice affordable 6 core CPU with same specification as i7-4960X and same performance on same clock if I continue to wait some board. Than I bought Rampage V Extreme. I would easy pay 200e over my board in that time for Rampage Black, for this board.
But than I figure out that I will buy very expensive platform 10-12 months before new socket with 16xx pins more and new chipset maybe even 5-6 months because I didn't know when will ASUS to present Black version. Some previous boards show up very close to new platform and than that's option for extremely rich who could afford RVE, RV10TH EDITION and than R6 Extreme for Skylake Extreme.

I would modified Black fonts in silver in some professional firm who could done such things nicely no matter if I need to pay 50euro for that.
I mean on Black fonts in port shield. This board look best with KLEVV Crass memory and I found KLEVV Crass 32GB 2666MHz Red in Hungary for only 190 euro, 4x8GB... That would be nice combination with RED from board and Red from sound card. Real ROG.

Perfect board for GTX1080 SLI... TPU finished some reviews with ASUS Founders Edition SLI and fps is excellent on 4K resolution.
Special because performance of SLI is almost double as single GTX1080. And this board is nicely prepared for SLI. Now people could use native resolution on 4K monitors much easier. Crysis 3 on 4K over 70 fps.
Edited by Vlada011 - 6/22/16 at 11:36am
post #168 of 1089
For those of you that have theirs already up and running, does the RVEX have the little HDD activity LED on the motherboard itself like the RIVBE did?
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Cant wait to start build mine, have all the bits in accept the graphics card and case thumb.gif
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